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Clinical Prediction Models (WK80)

Amsterdam UMC- Location VUmc / EpidM, Department of Epidemiology & Data Science
08.01.2020 - 10.01.2020  Amsterdam, Netherlands
Application Deadline:December 16th 2019
Course Content
The aim of the course is to provide better knowledge and understanding of the development of prediction models that are relevant to real-life practice. We will focus on the various methods for selecting variables, and the pros and cons of these different methods. Once the prediction model has been developed, it is important to assess the quality of the prediction model.
Learning objectives, training objectives
- recognize and identify the characteristics of a prediction model.
- identify the weak points and strong points of the most commonly used methods for selecting variables
- can develop prediction models, assess their quality and validate them etc..
Target Audience
This course is accessible to a wide range of participants, including professionals and PhD students in healthcare.
It is assumed that participants will be familiar with the principles of linear and logistic regression analysis.
On the first day of the course you will receive a course pack containing copies of all lectures, presentations and assignments. We use an interactive Learn Management System.

Enquiries and Registration:

Register via the website
Ms. Ange van der Veer
Ms. PhD M. W. Heymans
Ms. MSc S. Rauh
Clinical Research, Epidemiology and Disease Control, Public Health, Statistics
Type of degree
Certificate of attendance
Education form
Full Time
3 Days
Credit Points
2 ECTS - Points
EUR 950,00
(If you enrol for 2 or 3 courses, you will receive a discount of 10%!)
Number of participants (max.)
Organizer contact info
Boelenlaan 1089a
1081 HV Amsterdam
Aspher University
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